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do you have two computers in the home that are networked?
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you can also find a key logger, or purchase certain internet forensics tools that track usage and what nots...but..usually the history is the first place to look...

why?(just curious so i can tailor my next post for you specifically)



Does anyone know of a program that can go back and get keystokes after you install it. The password was never saved on the computer.

I had lost a password and want to get a key logger. He's the tricky part though!
After I install the key logger can I go back and get info (keystrokes) or does it start recording keystrokes after you install it. :tazz:
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